Newsletters

The October 22 PAC newsletter is available in pdf format here.

The school newsletter is available here.

Important Dates

  • Oct 26 – Hot Lunch for lower floor
  • Oct 30 – Fruit & Veggie Day
  • Nov 8 – Hot Lunch Meeting
  • Nov 9 – Remembrance Day Assembly
  • Nov 12 – Remembrance Day (No school)
  • Nov 15 – General PAC Meeting
  • Nov 16 – Movie Night
  • Nov 20 – Fruit & Veggie Day
  • Nov 21 – School Spirit Day and Staff Appreciation

Fruit and Veggie Day
Apples will be distributed to students on Tuesday, October 30.

Anjou Pears will be distributed to students on Tuesday, November 20.

Hot Lunch Meeting
Thursday November 8 @ 6:30 in the Library.

Lets plan the hot lunch schedule out for January – June.

If you would like to be involved in the hot lunch program please attend this meeting as we will planning the schedule for the rest of the year.

Movie Night
The grade 4 and 5 classes are organizing a movie night in November to raise funds for their annual trips to Barkerville and Fort St. James. More information will be coming.

Foodsafe
The school and PAC are hosting a foodsafe course on November 30. We have up to 18 spots available.

If you are interested in taking this course please contact Tami at tlrowe73@gmail.com.

Fund-raising
The PAC has started our Christmas Regal gift-ware and Purdy’s chocolates fund-raising activities. A letter was sent home with students recently outlining the options for ordering.

More information is available on the website.

ERASE Bullying BC
This year the government started a training program for educators and community partners to help them identify and prevent all forms of bullying, including cyber-bullying. Prince George is one of the first districts to start this program.

More information is available at http://www.newsroom.gov.bc.ca/2012/10/erase-bullying-strategy-to-keep-children-safe-online.html.

BCCPAC Conference
The BCCPAC Northern Regional Conference took place this Saturday, October 20th, at the Civic Centre. Parents from all over northern BC gathered to hear workshops on personalized education, anti-bullying, speaking up for your child, special needs, and much more.

Big thanks go to Steve Fleck, who took part in the “Care and Feeding of Your Principal” panel, with tips on how to have a good working relationship with your PAC executive.

All PACs in the Prince George school district were supplied with tickets to this event by DPAC and many parents took advantage of this. The turnout for the conference exceeded organizers expectations with over 75 attending.

Volunteers Needed
Please contact Lisa Neukomn at inspiredlifestyles@shaw.ca if you are interested in volunteering at the school or at school events.